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I wanna fix it..... It does'nt set on.......

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into the needle holder & also turned the right way
make sure when sewing on the machine that the top thread does
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check the top thread tension it may be too tight,, usually 4 is good
or if the machine has automatic tension set it there
make sure it's the right needle for the machine & make sure it's the
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